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Seymour FBLA well represented at state

Special to ACN-Times Press Shawna Gossens The 57th Wisconsin Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference was hosted in Appleton on April 11-12. The State Leadership Conference brought outstanding young adults together for an unforgettable experience of FBLA…

First NB trail race draws 82

Special to ACN-Times Press The inaugural 2011 Newton Blackmour 5K run was a great success for the Friends of Newton Blackmour State Trail. The event brought together the community with participant ages from 2-81, volunteers, businesses and spectators. Tim Maas…

Seymour students excel at National History Day regionals

Twelve Seymour High School Students recently advanced to the state level of competition for National History Day. This year, over 9,000 students across the state and 600,000 across the nation are doing original research for National History Day. National History…

High water prompts “No Wake” order in Shiocton

Shiocton Police Chief Butch Bunnell has issued a no-wake order on the Wolf and Shioc rivers within the village limits due to high water levels. The Wolf is at flood stage and is expected to crest today. Sandbags will be…

ACN & Times-Press wins 36 awards

For the second consecutive year, the Advertiser Community News & Times-Press received the General Excellence Award from the Wisconsin Community Papers Association. The trophy was presented at the association’s annual convention April 1 in Wisconsin Dells. The ACN & Times-Press…

Shopko breaks ground in Seymour

The new Shopko Hometown store to be built in Seymour is a part of the Green Bay retailer’s plan for future growth. A ground-breaking was held on Thursday, April 7 for the 36,000 square foot store. “We believe this is…

Committees recommend leaving DPW post vacant

In a joint meeting, the Seymour City Council’s Streets and Sanitation and Personnel committees voted to recommend that a vacancy in the Department of Public Works remain unfilled due to uncertainty over city financing. Employee Dan Stroess has been on…

Seymour City Council urges state to keep recycling

The Seymour City Council will join Outagamie County and other area municipalities in urging Governor Walker and the legislature to keep mandatory recycling and the state subsidy in the 2011-13 proposed state budget. Outagamie County Executive Toby Paltzer, in a…

Diversity Day brings new experiences, knowledge to students at SCHS

“I thought it was entertaining and very eye-opening,” was one Seymour Community High School students evaluation of Diversity Day, held on Wednesday, March 30. Diversity Day is held once every four years at SCHS and brings in a wide variety…